By: Anne Martin
Hotly anticipated each year, ICFF is a darling of design shows for good reason. Products with a high Clever, Thoughtful and Simple (in the truest and best sense of the word) quotient are woven in — mosaic-like — with ingenious inventions, daring left-of-center designs, and materials repurposed for imaginative new uses.
Two years ago, while fantasy house shopping, I drove by a palatial 1920s Tudor in Lake Forest, IL. I’m ever curious about the legendary luxe of North Shore living in Chicagoland, so I had to investigate this estate. Wasn’t I surprised to find out that it was the home of 80s pop movie icon John […]
Inspired by the extensive design archives of The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, York Wallcoverings introduces a fresh take on 18th-century design with its new WILLIAMSBURG wallpaper collection, “Trend Meets Tradition.” A beautiful fusion of fine American craftsmanship and international influences, the collection is a timeless delight for a broad spectrum of design sensibilities. John Rocque’s London […]